CALL FOR ENTRIES
Various open calls for visual artists, writers and musicians.
Explore the many opportunities by downloading the PDF's or following the web links.
Call for Artists
Through SDSU Extension's Healthy Food, Healthy Families, Healthy Communities program, a Lakota Homes Wellness Coalition has been formed to serve North Rapid City residents. As part of our work in Lakota Homes, we have partnered with the Ignite After School/Summer Program at the Oyate Center. Ignite serves youth from K-6th grade. Through SDSU Extension's AmeriCorps program, we are doing a Gardening project with the youth. We are interested in a local artist giving us some ideas on how to "artify" the garden! We would love to create some art out of recycled materials and would like some help in creating a sign for the garden. We would also love to incorporate Lakota culture into the art.
If interested, please contact Prairey Walkling, Community Development Field Specialist, at 394-1722 or email@example.com
Call for artists: Silver City Artisan Fair
The Silver City Artisan Fair is part of the Silver City Volunteer Fire Department’s Silver City Social. The Social is the department’s longtime, major annual fundraiser that includes homemade pie and ice cream with a sloppy joe lunch, the second largest sanctioned volksmarch in the Black Hills, and the Silver City Artisan Fair. Crowds of about 600 people attend annually.
For more information, contact Phil Schlief or call 651.247.6753
Call to Artists
Deadline: June 1 - July 31, 2016
The Old Fort Meade Museum would love to have you participate in this event if and when you can. You will have two months leisure to come paint at the Fort. The rules and what-fors and application are on the attachment here. You may print this off and bring the application in to the Museum when you arrive, or there are applications available at the desk in the Museum. We appreciate you checking in and letting us know you're there! Plus we'd like to get photos of you painting.
Any questions? Contact Jill Tesnow at or at 1-605-720-8620
Art Legacy Projects 2016
CALLING ALL STORYTELLERS & ARTISTS
Be a part of this exciting creative experience where stories and art come together!
The Art Legacy Project is a bi-annual oration of three stories with artists responding, in real time, to the tales that are told. At the end of the evening there is an opportunity for members of the audience to purchase a piece of the artwork. All proceeds from the event benefit Suzie Cappa Art Center and Rapid City Arts Council.
Submission deadline: August 18 for the October 2 event.
For more information or questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Storytelling is the conveying of events in words and images. Stories have been shared in every culture as a means of entertainment, education, cultural preservation, and instilling moral values since the beginning of time. Through the magic of language and the storyteller's skill, stories can come to life with landscapes and costumes as colorful and complex as the creative listener devises.
Do you have an epic story you’d like to share? Share your story with a live audience while an artist captures the moment visually.
The purpose of the artist is to give tangible form to feelings, refresh our
vision and help the listener see the story in new ways. Artists will capture a particular moment, emotion or scene from the story that resonates with them.
Want to challenge yourself artistically and help someone visualize their story? All mediums accepted, we encourage you to be creative!
Call for Art - Rapid City Regional Airport 2016
Deadline: mid May and mid October
This is an opportunity for regional artists to have artworks displayed in the departure and arrival gate areas of the airport where it will viewed and enjoyed by thousands of travelers. Proposals may be submitted by individual artists, artists working in collaboration, and nonprofit arts organizations.
Individual artists wishing to exhibit must be at least 18 years of age. For a proposal to be considered, the artist(s) must live and/or work within a 250 mile radius of the airport.
Native American artists who do not currently live and/or work in the area are also eligible by showing proof of enrollment in a federally recognized tribe located within a 250 mile radius of the airport
Application deadlines are mid May for July - December exhibitions and Mid October for January - June exhibitions.
Get all the info HERE.
Call to Artists ~ Piedmont Valley Library
Piedmont Vally Library are always looking to showcase local talent and fill out their yearly calendar! If you are a local artist interested in exhibiting your work, please contact them at 605-718-3663.
For more info, click HERE.
Calling All Artists, Musicians and Healers
The Rapid City Regional Cancer Institute has developed an innovative new program called Healing Arts. The program provides cancer patients and their families, art instruction, music, yoga and massage. All of which are instrumental in healing from cancer. This is also a great way for cancer patients to get to know one another and realize they are not alone in their fight. We are looking for artists, musicians and healers to be a part of this dynamic program to help enhance the quality of life for cancer patients!
For more information call Jennifer 605.786.8863